Curriculum with respect to student autonomy Abstract (250 words) The ensuing paper looks at the curriculum in our modern schools and how student autonomy can be achieved in a way that does not forget about the imperatives of any responsible curricular system. The paper argues that the matter is a difficult one because students cannot be given carte blanche over their own learning or they will elect to learn nothing; however, students also need to be given the capacity to think creatively and productively on their own. The first thing that may be said in defence of such a position is that students should be allowed to seize control of their own education because it will allow them to tackle the pressing social issues of the day when they...The end:
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